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Possession Charges

Drug Possession Charges are Always Serious

Although medical marijuana and even recreational use is allowed in other states, drug possession is still vigorously prosecuted and punished in Texas. A conviction carries both criminal penalties and collateral consequences for everything from employment to education.

It is critical to fight the charges, despite the dire warnings of police or prosecutors for refusing to "cooperate." Rush & Gransee, L.C., provides skilled and experienced representation for drug possession. Our criminal defense attorney has helped clients get charges dismissed or evidence thrown out, and he has helped clients beat the charges at trial or negotiate lesser penalties.

If you or your child is charged with drug possession, contact our San Antonio law firm immediately at 210-223-9200 or 888-501-9299. Free initial consultation.

Arrested for Possession or Possession With Intent?

We have represented youths, college students and adults from all walks of life arrested on drug charges, including:

  • Misdemeanor possession of marijuana or drug paraphernalia
  • Possession of cocaine, heroin or other controlled substances
  • Illegal possession of painkillers and other prescription-only drugs
  • Possession with intent to distribute (possessing a large quantity)

Except for small amounts of marijuana, drug possession is typically charged as a felony, punishable by prison time, fines and other drug crime penalties. A felony conviction also cancels voting rights, gun rights and other civil liberties. A criminal record will affect job and housing opportunities, college options, scholarships or financial aid, coaching and volunteer positions.

Serious Criminal Defense for Drug Charges

For many clients, it is the first time they have ever been searched by police, handcuffed, arrested or hauled before a judge. It is a traumatic and intimidating experience, but you are presumed innocent under our system of justice.

Kurt Gransee is a veteran trial lawyer and former prosecutor who can assert your rights. He intervenes to protect your rights and prevent you from providing statements that can be used against you. He explores every defense, including illegal search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment.

We are committed to the most favorable outcome under the facts and circumstances of your case. There may be opportunities to dismiss the charges, plead to a nondrug offense or avoid jail time in exchange for drug treatment, probation or other alternatives. If the prosecution will not budge, Mr. Gransee is prepared to defend you at trial.

We practice in the criminal courts of Bexar County and surrounding jurisdictions of South Texas. Contact us without delay to arrange a free initial consultation.